GrosvenorBridge

Welcome to Grosvenor Bridge Class.

We hope you have a wonderful year with us.

From Mrs Keer, Mrs Simion, Miss Thompson, Miss Edgeler and Miss Evans.

Week beginning 18th October 2021

THIS WEEK’S LEARNING

LITERACY:

  • Focus Book: The Paper Dolls by Julia Donaldson
  • Phonics: To learn a new sound each day as follows: /v/ y/ w/z/ x/Please check your child’s bookbag for each letter formation practise sheet. Please keep these at home and continue to practise letter formation with your child.

MATHS:

Mastering Number: Children will:

  • know that 2 is made of 1 and ‘another 1’
  • make their own collections of 2 objects and identify the ‘1 and another 1’ within them.
  • identify when a collection is composed of 3 objects
  • produce their own collection of 3.
  • identify when a collection is composed of 3 or NOT 3
  • see that 4 can be made with four 1s.

PSED/EAD: To create paper doll chains to represent their friendship groups

UW: To continue to explore the ways we are different by making a name chart, measuring our bodies and making thumb prints to observe the different patterns

Week beginning 11/10/2021

THIS WEEK’S LEARNING

LITERACY:

  • Focus Book: The Colour of Us by Karen Katz
  • Phonics: To learn a new sound each day as follows: /e/ l/ h/r/ j/Please check your child’s bookbag for each letter formation practise sheet. Please keep these at home and continue to practise letter formation with your child.

MATHS:

Mastering Number: Children will:

  • hear and join in with counting in sequence to 5, including using songs and rhymes
  • see that counting is useful because it tells us how many
  • see that the last number in the count tells us how many altogether
  • experience counting sounds
  • practice counting each object, action or sound only once
  • record the result of their count

PSED: To explore the feelings in the Red Zone eg anger, rage, out of control etc

EAD: To make representations of their faces using playdough and natural materials

UW: To explore the ways we are different by making a name chart, measuring our bodies and making thumb prints to observe the different patterns